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Sergeant Major Aaron M. Stubenvoll

Deputy Commandant

NCO Academy Camp Parks

SGM Aaron Stubenvoll enlisted in the U.S. Army Reserve in 2001 as a 38B, Civil Affairs.  He completed Basic Combat Training and Civil Affairs Advanced Individual Training in 2002.  In 2003-2004, he deployed to Iraq with the 432nd CA BN as a member of a Civil Affairs Governance Support Team supporting 3rd BN, 5th Marines, 1st MARDIV and as a member of a Civil Affairs Team supporting 1st Sqdn, 3rd ACR.  From 2004-2007, SGM Stubenvoll completed training at JRTC as a CA SGT and CMTC/JMRC as a CA Team Sergeant.  In 2006, SGM Stubenvoll entered the AGR program.  SGM Stubenvoll deployed to Iraq with the 432nd CA BN from 2007-2008 as the BN S-3 NCOIC and BN CMOC NCOIC supporting 4th ID G-9 and coordinating with 304th CA BDE.  In 2009, SGM Stubenvoll led the effort in training four incoming AGR NCOs while managing the readiness and training of HHC, 432nd CA BN.  During several months of leadership transition, he served as the acting HHC 1SG.  In 2010, SGM Stubenvoll was reassigned as a Civil Affairs Instructor with the Civil Affairs TASS Training Center Fort Dix instructing Civil Affairs reclassification, Advanced Leader, and Senior Leader Courses.  In 2013, he served as the BN Training NCO for the 4/104th (CA/PO) BN which planned and resourced Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations reclassification and NCOES courses.  In 2015, SGM Stubenvoll was selected for a nominative assignment as the Chief Instructor for the Civil Affairs Captain Career Course, in which the course transitioned from a self-paced distance learning phase 3 to a synchronous course and managed several improvements to the course.    From 2010-2017, he has performed over 1,000 instructor hours for Civil Affairs MOS-T, NCOES, and Captain Career Courses.  From 2017-2019, SGM Stubenvoll served as the First Sergeant for the Civil Affairs AIT company from 2017-2019 and transitioned the company from Platoon Sergeant positions to Drill Sergeants. SGM Stubenvoll is currently serving as the Deputy Commandant at the Noncommissioned Officer Academy Parks in Dublin, CA.

SGM Stubenvoll’s initial and professional military education includes:  Basic Combat Training, Civil Affairs Advanced Individual Training, Warrior Leader Course, Common Core Basic Non-Commissioned Officer Course, Civil Affairs Basic Non-Commissioned Officer Course, and Civil Affairs Advanced Non-Commissioned Officer Course. Functional military education includes:  Battle Staff Non-Commissioned Officer Course, Master Resilience Trainer, U.S. Army Airborne School, USASOC Static Line Jumpmaster Course, SERE High Risk (Level C), ATRRS Operator, LMTS Trainer, DTMS Trainer, CAISI/VSAT, OPSEC Level II, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training, Army Safety and Risk Management.  Military instructor education includes:  Army Basic Instructor Course, Small Group Instructor Course, Training Developer Course, Instructor Preparation Course, Training and Education Management for Middle Managers Course, Instructor Leader Course, and Faculty Development Program Phase 1.  He holds a Bachelor of Science in Management from the University of Phoenix and received a Master’s Certificate in Security, Stability, and Development in Complex Operations from the Navy Postgraduate School.

His military awards include the Meritorious Service Medal, the Army Commendation Medal (4th Award), the Army Achievement Medal (2nd Award), the Good Conduct Medal (5th Award), the Army Reserve Component Achievement Medal, the National Defense Service Medal, the Iraq Campaign Medal (3 Stars), the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, the Armed Forces Reserve Medal (“M” Device and Bronze Hourglass), the NCO Professional Development Ribbon (3rd Award), the Army Service Ribbon, the Overseas Service Ribbon (2nd Award), the Army Reserve Component Overseas Training Ribbon, the Navy Presidential Unit Citation, the Army Superior Unit Award, the Meritorious Unit Commendation, the Combat Action Badge, the U.S. Army Basic Parachutist Badge, the Polish Military Parachute Wings, the Swedish Parachutist Wings, the Italian Parachutist Wings, the Ivory Coast Parachutist Wings, and the Driver and Mechanic Badge (Driver-Wheeled Bar).

SGM Stubenvoll and his wife have two daughters and one son.